Why Teach at Exeter?

New Hampshire, United States
Salary Not Specified
Sep 22, 2020
Employment Type
Full Time



Phillips Exeter Academy is an all-gender, independent residential school with more than 1,000 high school students from diverse backgrounds. At Exeter, the benefits of teaching engaged students are enhanced by an institutional commitment to excellence and inclusivity, and the resources to support that commitment. The Harkness method of instruction, with 12 students and one instructor working together around one seminar table, originated here and defines our culture.

The Academy supports a wide range of professional development opportunities for teachers in all stages of their careers. In addition to a generous sabbatical program, faculty receive funding to pursue advanced degrees, conduct research, develop curricula, and attend conferences. The Global Initiatives Program provides opportunities to travel with students to destinations around the globe.

When you teach at Exeter you join a community of committed educators who work with students beyond the classroom (in dorms, on athletic teams, in affinity groups and clubs) and serve in administrative roles. We enjoy a generous compensation package, innovative health and wellness programming, state-of-the-art athletic and arts facilities, and the largest secondary school library in the world.

We are seeking teachers in all disciplines. We hope you’ll contact us to learn more.

Exeter faculty are expected to demonstrate respect for diversity of identities and experiences, an orientation toward equity and inclusion, and cultural competency in all aspects of Academy life.

Why teach at Exeter?

full-time faculty
93% hold advanced degrees

> Enjoy sabbaticals
> Pursue professional 
> Develop curricula
> Travel with students

Course offerings:
18 subject areas
450+ courses

30 global program opportunities

1,077 students from 44 states and 31 countries

12 average class size

48.5% students receiving financial assistance

46.6% students of color

8.2% international students

For more information:

Stephanie Bramlett, Ph.D.
Director of Equity and Inclusion

Ellen Wolff, Ph.D.
Dean of Faculty



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